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You're no idiot, of course. You know that stress is a leading factor behind all sorts of physical and mental-health problems.

You're no idiot, of course. But when it comes to detoxifying your nerves, mind and body, you feel like your only option is to relocate to a monastery in Tibet.

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Books on personal productivity sell very well-Author's related book, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Managing Your Time, is phenomenally successful. Author is a nationally recognized speaker. Jeff Davidson, MBA, CMC, is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Managing Your Time and The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Managing Stress and is a nationally recognized management consultant, speaker, and educator. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

  • Fordredor
I finished this book in just about 2 hours. i skipped a large portion of it becuase it didn't apply to me. A large portion of this book focuses on career-based stress. I'm disabled, and therefore unemployed, so the career-based info just didn't fit me more. There was some helpful information i will hang onto, but overall, it just wasn't for me.
  • Keel
All around us we see more people leading hectic lives, getting ever stronger pre scriptions, popping more pills, while hoping to get through the day with their sanity in tact. With all the changes that have already occurred in society in the last decade, and an ever increasing array of changes that is on the way, it is no wonder that so many are searching for an offramp to the rat race. In fact, more and more people are taking the time to reassess how they run their lives and searching for ways to renew their sense of balance and purpose. But is it possible to handle all that you handle and still get through the day will relative grace and ease? I believe it is, and fortified by this marvel ous book by Jeff Davidson, I think your chances just improved dramatically. Jeff Davidson is a dynamic speaker, mega-author of 22 books, and an accom plished career achiever. Yet, on his way to understanding how to keep stress in place, he overcame an extraordinary number of hurdles. Over the last two decades, Jeff has honed and refined his observations about life and work so that he could present a book to you on managing your stress that gets to the heart of what's plaguing all of us and what's likely to be plaguing you in particular. The observations and witticisms that he provides a unique window to how you can make changes that will work for you. The tips and recommendations he offers are meat y. They are strategies you can use immediately to make a change in your life. Jeff crafted this book with the express purpose of enabling you to have highly practi cal hands-on solutions to the daily stress related problems that you encounter. The entire book is presented in an illuminating, entertaining, and honest manner. Once you get on the wavelength of Jeff's humor, you'll find the ride to be as fun as it is enlighten ing. This book mixes age-old truths with new world realities in chapter after chapter. Throughout the book, through all 22 chapters, Jeff presents compelling reasons why that simply being alive in our society today will all but guarantee that you experience high levels of stress if you're not skilled in the ways of keeping stress in check. It con cludes with the observation that stressed or not, you're probably going to live far longer than you think and that by understanding the origin and nature of the stresses you ex perience, and keeping them under control, one at a time, you have the best long-term chance to live the remaining days of your life with a quality of life few consider possible. The last section of each chapter is entitled, "The Least You Need to Know." This is a convention used in all of the Complete Idiot Guide Books. It is an effective way to remind yourself of the few things from the chapter that are worth pursuing or worth re membering, if you do nothing else. This is a book that offers principles on which you can rely for a lifetime. Whether you're the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, a mid-level manager, or are new in the workforce; whether you're a white-collar worker or a blue-collar worker; whether you're retired, in school, or some place in between, you'll find answers you can use in this book. Most of the ideas that Jeff presents can be implemented right away, because they don't involve having to be anyone other than yourself. There is no cookie-cutter ap proach which means you won't have to undertake a lot of changes in the way you're currently doing things. Indeed, the changes will be subtle. This makes sense for two reasons. One, is that you're already busy, you already have a lot to do, a lot to learn, and a lot to keep pace with and hence you don't need more tasks and more instructions that are difficult to follow and easy to fail to do. More importantly, any changes that you undertake that will be of a lasting value must be natural and easy for you. And, even if you only partially follow his suggestions Jeff suggests, you'll still receive great benefits. Nearly everything that Jeff says can be integrated into your present work and per sonal life. I suggest that you keep this book at arm's length so you can peruse its pages often. You'll find yourself going back over and over again as different situations arise during the day. Also, as you experience early wins in controlling stress, you'll want to read or perhaps reread certain passages and chapters so that you can proceed on towards mastery in other areas. If you spend a lot of time commuting, try audiotap ing your favorite entries and quotes onto a tape to reinforce your most important learn ing points. Add some relaxing music to provide interludes to think about your progress. If you live in a major metropolitan area, try adding my own personalized traffic report, "You know the traffic is lousy so just keep driving." Your ability to manage your stress is now in your hands. You can attain significant results reading and following the ideas laid out before you. As you exhibit greater mastery of situations that previously caused increased stress for you, others will begin to notice, and will be curious as to how you were able to change effectively. To do a favor for others around you, share this book with them. You'll find that when you're surrounded by people who also have skills in managing the stress they face, you benefit as well. After all, a lower stress environment benefits everyone in it. It's time we all face up to the fact that no one wants on their tombstone the tribute, "He finished every thing on his to-do-list!" We all know there is far more to life than that. Jeff's book decisively unlocks the doors to find the balance we all so desperately want to achieve. Get ready to make stress work for you instead of against you. ------------------------------- ----------------------------- Dr. Terry Paulson is author of Paulson On Change and They Shoot Managers Don't They? and a professional speaker on organizational and personal change.
  • Early Waffle
This book is not like others on the topic of stress and in many ways, I think, superior. The author takes a very methodical approach, i.e., first explaining what stress is, the various sources of stress into our lives, and then what you can do about it. A lot of his suggestions like mastering your environment, perfecting the strategic pause, and asking the 'magic question' are new to me and I think yield a lot of potential., I haven't seen these kinds of approaches in other books. I bought his earlier book on managing your time which was pretty good, but I think this one is a gem.
  • Macill
Jeff Davidson presents a unique and very helpful approach to dealing with everyday stress. A well-written and easy to follow guide.
Wayne D. Ford, Ph.D., author of "Stress Management for Over-Achievers" [email protected]